Monday, November 5, 2012

Obama with Credibility for US Presidency in 2012

Presidential US Election is only the time when US Citizens actively participate in selecting who among the candidates has the 'credibility' to represent the entire United States and its Citizens. 

After many long months, weeks and days of  campaigning periods. Debates and the deluge of PAC's advocacy of who they support for the Presidency. The Election Day has come to reveal who is the candidate with credibility to move forward a better America as a leader around the globe. 

For now,  a day before the Election, who has the Credibility?  

Our Vote is President Barack Obama 

Credit: AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Many will disagree to his Credibility, however during the entire period since he became the US President. He consistently looked  for solutions that help every American, economic growth and efficiency of his country. His passion to provide care, wellness, security and economic growth for everyone was omnipresent. His Achievements are the validation of his sincerity and democratic principles for his constituency. There were many hurdles of his administration but he championed to work for his constituents particularly the middle class and their families.

President Bill Clinton said, "President Obama didn't weaken Medicare, but strengthened Medicare" and he narrated all the credits and accomplishments to be reelected as the US President.

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York, said "A Vote for a President to lead ..."

The consolidated 12 Facts About President Obama's Records of Accomplishments. Some highlights are below ~

Governor Christie, New Jersey said; "The President deserves great credit", "Obama has been "Outstanding" in helping cut through the red tape to ensure New Jersey was quickly declared a disaster area"

Don't forget to exercise your basic Right to Vote on November 6, 2012 as a Citizen of United States. 

Wishing the best for America as we will watch the outcome of the 2012 Presidential Election. 

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